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The Human Rights Campaign issued a scathing statement saying the New York Giants are “risking their credibility.” Update: The Giants defended Tyree at a Wednesday press conference.
The 2013 NFL season has been bad for Eli — but great for #ManningFace.
And watch his friend be disappointed that he’s going to the Giants.
New York’s Justin Tuck is the man.
“It just so happens I’m someone they didn’t expect much of and I’m just doing my job.”
The New York Giants do not look like they won a Super Bowl eight months ago.
Giants: “No I don’t root for the Jets, I’m not an Irish fireman.”
This is not the way to repeat as Super Bowl champs.
This screencap from the opening night of the National Football League proves that football is more American than Mom, apple pie, and the national conventions.
The New York Giants have wanted second-year cornerback Prince Amukamara to play with more of an edge, and have been giving him a hard time as a result. A video posted by Giants punter Steve Weatherford shows just how much of a hard time he’s been having.
When a young fan was told the New York Giants couldn’t afford to keep Brandon Jacobs, he sent the 49ers running back a letter and some cash to do his part.
The New York Giants wide receiver is a ridiculously smooth dancer.
I guarantee these photos will make you smile. (Guarantee is void if you are from Boston or hate the New York Giants.)
“This is it Gina!” What happens when your team wins the Super Bowl and you win thousands of dollars in a pool? This guy. His wife warns him not to call out the IRS, but he doesn’t care.
The New York Giants win the Super Bowl, beating the New England Patriots 21-17.
Upon touching down in Indianapolis this afternoon, Giants linebacker and cancer survivor Mark Herzlich laid a seriously inspirational message on his Twitter followers - that included the hashtag #TakeThatSh*tCancer. You’re already a champion, Mark.
NFL fans are probably aware the NY Giants lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in heartbreaking fashion yesterday. Today’s New York Post front cover sums it up with typical class.
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Taye Biddle was hired by the New York Giants to do two things. One, replace WR Plaxico Buress, who shot himself in the leg, and two, try not to get shot in the leg. But then, last Sunday, Taye went and got shot in the leg! Luckily, he’s fine, but you have to wonder what kind of bullet-proof leg armor the next guy in line just purchased on Amazon.
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